Sesame Oil as base oil, Cold pressed and double filtered in muslin cloth without chemicals, petrochemicals.
Helps to nourish the hair and scalp and give a mentally relaxation. It rejuvenates dull and damaged hair.
Other Names: Indian Gooseberry, Emblica Myrobalan, Amla, Amalaki.
Benefits & Uses of Amla Oil
- Amla Oil is said to penetrate the scalp and helps to strengthen the hair at its root and to stop abnormal hair loss & promote stronger, healthier hair growth.
- Daily application of this oil helps to increase the hair on head. It checks the greying of hair, falling of hair and may help in headache.
- This oil is good for daily application on scalp. It helps to enhance the intellectual power and can retain memory. It can also check dryness of scalp.
- Its natural fragrance keeps the mind calm. The person who has mental work load can decrease down the stress & keep the mind cool, so it is great for daily use.
- It is great eye and hair tonic. It acts as a taste enhancer, liver stimulator and nervine tonic. It is good for blood purification. It is used for various skin problems.
- Application of Amla Oil over the scalp has a cooling effect and therefore, keeps the mind cool and promotes sound sleep.
Our Amla Hair Oil is made up of amla extract with "Sesame Oil" as the Base Oil. It provides nourishment to your hair & helps for becoming silky and luxuriant hair. This Oil enriches your hair with the natural goodness of Amla, strengthening and giving your hair a natural glossy shine. Massage deeply into your hair and scalp, and leave it overnight for best results.
Plant Amla (Emblica Officinalis) is a deciduous tree of the Euphorbiaceae family. The tree is worshipped as Mother Nature due to its nourishing fruit. The fruit is one of the highest natural source of Vitamin C. The crush of this fruit is used in hair related problems in India. In all type of hair problems this Gooseberry can be very effective.
High quality wild crafted herbs from its natural habitat without chemicals, fertilizer pesticides.
Amla (Emblica Officinalis), Seasome Oil (Sesamum Indicum).
According to Ayurveda
It helps to balance the all three doshas i.e. Vata (Air), Pitta (Fire) & Kapha (Water) specially normalize Pitta (Fire). It also helps to enhance the “Ojas” (immune power) of body and Sattvic property (healthy state) of mind.
Components of Amla
The Amla fruit contains more than 80% of water. It also has protein, carbohydrate, fibre, minerals and vitamins. It also contains Gallic acid which is a potent polyphenol.
Cold pressed and double filtered in muslin cloth without the use of chemicals and petrochemicals.
Traditional Ayurvedic Massage Oil.
Wild Crafted Sourced from its natural habitat.
For thousands of years, fats and oils have been important in India. In Sanskrit literature of about 500 BC, there is a specific reference to an oil-press. Linguistic evidence suggests that it is from the two crushing systems that presses oil seeds developed in the form of a mortar-and-pestle arrangement presently powered by machines. This system Is commonly called the ghani, or the kohlu.
Kachchi ghani refers to cold press extraction process for taking out oil from seeds. Traditionally, oil from seeds were extracted in kohlus (a wooden cold press used with the help of a cow). In this process, seeds are crushed at low temperature so natural properties, antioxidants and essential oils are retained in the oil.
We at Amritayu believe in the term – NATURAL. So the mortar of the kohlu is made up of the trunks of hard woods of Neem (Azadirachta Indica). The pestle is made of the trunk of Bibhitaki (Terminalia Belerica) tree trunk.
Flavor, which was traditionally an important attribute of all oils, and particularly of sesame, Bakuchi, mustard, coconut, groundnut, was best in oils produced from mild ghani crushing. Amritayu boasts of keeping this tradition alive. Both storage quality and nutritive value are perceived as being high.
Since oils extracted through this method - called traditionally as kohlu extraction or ghani extraction are naturally sterile, problems of hygiene are unlikely. Also, during the process of extraction in ghani system, temperature remains as low as 45°C so negligible chances of oxidative and lipolytic deterioration is there.
Ghani cake is known to be exceptionally hard and dry and is not prone to mould infestation unless inadvertently wetted.
The only concern related to ghani processing is the running costs that are disproportionately high.
Since oxidative rancidity is the most likely kind of rancidity to affect oils, we at Amritayu always store oils in bottles that are tightly capped. (A tightly capped bottle will help prevent your oil from being unnecessarily exposed to oxygen.) Once the oils are extracted, the containers open only at the next step of processing for further mochan process.
The next factors are heat and light. With respect to light, our best bet is to store oils in bottles made from darker (tinted) glass or virgin food grade quality plastic (usually dark brown or dark green). The room we store our oils is lightproof.
Ghani extracted oils of Amritayu is rich in the presence of natural essential oils as it is extracted through cold pressing processes which retains the natural properties of their seeds in end product and gives positive health impacts. It is the moisture that promotes decay of the oil. Virtually moisture-free oils at Amritayu has no such problem. It will retain its original freshness and flavor for months.
**These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any Disease.